Facing the English coastline, the two capes, Blanc-Nez and Gris-Nez, dominate the Côte d’Opale with majesty. With this opening to the sea, Pas-de-Calais offers wide sandy beaches, where sand yachts are a permanent feature and where there are the most charming sea-side resorts like Le Touquet or Wimereux. The towns, whether on the sea like Boulogne, or in the interior, like Arras, are rich in history and architecture. Let's not forget the bell-towers registered as cultural heritage by UNESCO. Property in Pas-de-Calais offers all types of residences. A loft in Arras, a renovated farm cottage in the Montreuil countryside, or an apartment with sea views in Boulogne? The choice is yours. To end the day in style, fish soup in Le Touquet, or Flemish stew (carbonade flamande) in Arras?